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Place your properly folded mask inside the bag and slip the bag into a pocket while you take a quick mask break.
Worn down and chipped from frequent handling, these figurines look like they might have been carried around in pockets or bags.
It’s great fuel, and I can cram it in a ski-jacket pocket and eat it on the lift.
Why can’t this be a superpower that every developer has in their pocket.
On every trip that involves wildlife, I have a secret urge to pocket the animals and take them home.
All will need perhaps their best performances of the season to keep Mahomes clean in the pocket.
As outlined in our recent step-by-step guide to exchange optimization, the approach provides a major opportunity for traders to find huge pockets of performance improvements that most DSPs surprisingly do not automatically conduct.
Namely, so many individuals had so much money in their pockets that they were willing to employ what’s known as the you-only-live-once investing strategy, as in, “YOLOing entire ROTH IRA balance into GME,” in the words of one Redditor.
Had he sold last week, he could have pocketed a typical American’s annual salary.
We must not underestimate the power of putting money in people’s pockets at a time when so many are barely scraping by.

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